March 2, 2019:   

Location: North Kingstown Library


Color and weave effect describes an infinite number of patterns which can be created by repeating a small pattern of light and dark colors in the warp and wefts using a basic weave structure.  The visual patterns formed do not resemble the weave structure and cannot be predicted without a color draft.  This presentation will explore the general characteristics of color and weave effect by looking at samplers, drafts, and reviewing color drafting. A 50+ page learning packet with notes, drafts, and project ideas will be available to each participant for a fee.  

Bring:  pencil, eraser, ruler, colored pencils

Beth Cederberg Guertin of Waltham, Massachusetts has been teaching both rigid heddle and multi shaft weaving for more than thirty-five years to children and adults.  She enjoys designing projects to use up small amounts of yarns.  She is a member of the Weavers’ Guild of Boston and is their treasurer.  Beth was recognized by the WGB with the Helen Barrett Award in 2013 and the Celebration of Weaving Life Award in 2017.  Beth owns and teaches weaving at her studio, A Place to Weave,in Waltham.  Her website is